Month: November 2018

Winter Endive Boats

Winter Endive Boats

Endives and radishes are two vegetables I will always associate with living in France.  Neither were foods I ate regularly prior to living in Paris, but both were abundant in the French markets during winter and early spring.   While endives are only occasionally eaten […]

Sweet Carrot Soufflé

Sweet Carrot Soufflé

Okay, before you skip over this post because soufflés sound hard or because carrot soufflé sounds weird let me tell you two things. One, this is not a real soufflé.  There’s no beating egg whites into oblivion and worrying about the rise and fall of your end […]

Best Ever Sausage & Apple Stuffing

Best Ever Sausage & Apple Stuffing

Okay, people – let’s talk stuffing.  Specifically, my every Thanksgiving go-to, best ever, sausage & apple stuffing.  I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that stuffing is my favorite dish in the entire Thanksgiving meal.  Get that boxed stuff out of […]

Persimmon and Camembert Galette

Persimmon and Camembert Galette

Note:  I originally published this Persimmon and Camembert Galette on May 7th 2018, but since it’s persimmon season now I’ve been busy recipe testing and have an updated version to share.  Hope you enjoy! I never have been much of a baker – I find that […]

Cooking School in Italy:  The Awaiting Table

Cooking School in Italy: The Awaiting Table

About 9 months ago I had a conversation with my husband that went like this: Me:  “So, I decided what I want to do with the rest of my sabbatical this year.  I want to go to Italy and take a cooking class.” Him:  “By […]

Charred Eggplant & Farro Salad

Charred Eggplant & Farro Salad

I’m still very much on the Italian/Mediterranean cooking kick since I came back from my trip to Europe.  Every time I travel there I’m reminded of how much cooking Mediterranean food feels natural to me.  It’s very much how I choose to cook at home, […]